Boeing Boeing preps for February flight
Actors and production team members are preparing our February production of Boeing Boeing for
take-off! This farce by Marc Camoletti is set in Paris in the late 1960s and revolves around Bernard,
a bachelor with three fiancées, kept from meeting each other by the fact that all three are
airline stewardesses. A slew of complications arises for Bernard when a winter storm, a faster jet,
and his old friend Robert all arrive.
Director Kristin Lerch is rehearsing with her cast. Roles and actors are: Bernard - Michael Aardal,
Robert - James Callaghan, Gloria - Amy Householder, Gabriella - Samantha Curtis,
Gretchen - Laura Montanaro, and Berthe - Kimberly Starr.
Producer Candace Andrews and her production team are working behind the scenes
in a variety of areas. The “flight crew” includes Intimacy Director Kimberly Starr,
Stage Manager Jess Howard, Assistant Stage Manager Joshua Channel, Set Designer/Lead Carpenter Rick James, Assistant Set Designer George Talley Jr., Set Dresser Jan Nilsson, Scenic Painter Lili Romero, Costume Designer Carrell Evans, Assistant Costumer Char Friberg, Lighting Designer Jeff Davis, Lighting Technician Ralf Bluemel, Sound Designer/Technician Jon Funfar, Sound Assistant Michael Charboneau, Props Designer Sandy Pierce, Props Technician Megan Menshew, Hair & Make-Up Coordinator Chris Flodin, Hair & Make-Up Assistant Esmeralda Cruz, and Accent Coach Dianne Halatyn.
Performances will be February 16-24, with boarding passes (aka tickets) available now.